Using the sports figures that are today’s cultural leaders is an important part of propagating myths. Why else would such a non-story be created to link the Ottawa War Memorial Drill/PsyOp/Hoax to 9/11? I like the last paragraph.
This week’s act of terrorism in Ottawa has rekindled memories – most not positive – among Americans and Canadian Football League veterans who remember where they were, or what they were doing, when 9/11 occurred.
Tom Higgins was the head coach of the Edmonton Eskimos at the time. The team charter sat on the tarmac for over an hour, he remembered, the team scheduled to travel to Winnipeg in what was scheduled to be the first CFL game played. All games, of course, would be delayed by a week.
Higgins was on the phone with the league’s board of governors, deciding what measures would be taken. The plane pushed back from the gate but remained on the tarmac. When the plane was ordered back to the gate and the players disembarked, Higgins immediately called Edmonton general manager Hugh Campbell, informing them the players wouldn’t be returning to the charter.
“They thought they were being lied to,” Higgins said. “They didn’t know why the plane hadn’t departed, and that had a ripple effect.
The 9/11 master psyOp will never be put to rest. It IS the psyOp of the century (millennium?), and will always be since it was the first of this millennium.No tags for this post.